Applied Cells Opens the CellQuest Grant to Advance Multiple Myeloma Research

We’re delighted to share the launch of the CellQuest Grant for clinical research scientists specializing in multiple myeloma and cell therapy development. This initiative, open until mid-November 2023, grants the winning researcher access to the MARS® Bar cell separation system for six months. Additionally, the package comes complete with essential reagents, training, and expert assistance. […]

CD34+ Cell Isolation from Cord Blood MNC

 CD34+ cells offer valuable insights into hematopoiesis, hematological disorders, and regenerative medicine. They have potential in cancer therapies, autoimmune diseases, and genetic disorders. Isolating CD34+ cells from Cord Blood Mononuclear Cells (MNC) is crucial for research in hematopoietic stem cell biology and therapeutic advancements. MARS® Platform ensures the enrichment of CD34+ cells, enhancing purity, viability, […]

CD138+ Plasma Cell Enrichment directly from Bone Marrow

CD138 expression is a crucial marker in diagnosing plasma cell tumors and Multiple Myeloma cells. Traditionally, the evaluation of plasma cells from bone marrow involves a time-consuming and labor-intensive density gradient separation method using ficoll. However, this method leads to the loss of antigens, including CD138, from the plasma cell surface, necessitating immediate staining and […]

Applied Cells Joins MassBio

We are thrilled to share the news that Applied Cells has officially become a member of MassBio! MassBio, the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, is driven by a powerful mission: to propel Massachusetts to the forefront of life sciences leadership, fostering industry growth, enhancing the healthcare system, and ultimately improving the lives of patients. Serving as the […]

Simple magnetic cell separation enabled by an automated, closed system for both autologous and allogenic cell therapy development

INTRODUCTION Adoptive cell therapy has demonstrated effective clinical results in various types of cancer, leading to increased efforts in developing new drugs. However, the current manufacturing process using conventional tools is complex and often yields impure products, contributing to the high cost of cell therapy and limiting patient access. Both industry and academic cell therapy […]